Usually when the schools in Kenya are closed, the children spend their time playing. Running around with their siblings and friends, before being called home for a meal and then racing off again for more adventures. But this holiday, things are different.
On 10 February, a national drought emergency was declared in Kenya, with 23 of 47 counties in Kenya affected. The food crisis has hit communities across the Horn of Africa - from Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan to Somalia - and now over 20 million people are affected by the severe drought and hunger crisis.
Our staff who are on the ground and providing aid to those who need it most, spoke to families in Kilifi County, Kenya, to find out how the drought is affecting them and their children. Most families can only afford one meal a day since the drought took hold of Kenya. Instead of playing, children are spending their time sitting under trees. They are depressed and weak due to lack of food. With the next rainy season not due until April, families are worried about their future.